Learjet 35Item Number: 1358
Gates Learjet 35 airplane model. The Learjet 35 was a stretched Model 25 with an eight-seat cabin, and was complemented by the long-range Model 36. Promising lower noise levels and greater fuel economy than the Model 25, the first Learjet 35 took to the air on August 22, 1973. The Learjet 35 carried a maximum of eight passengers and, with reduced payload, had a transcontinental range, and the Learjet 36 carried up to six passengers but with the ability to trade two of them for the extra fuel to give nonstop capability across the North Atlantic.
Scale: 1/48. Wingspan 9 1/4 inches, Length 12 inches.